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A website is never finished

Everything changes. Technology, audiences, your products and marketing strategies, your employees -- nothing is static, and everything is constantly shifting, changing and morphing into something else. It's easy to feel overwhelmed at first, so a good approach is to ask yourself, "What do I need to get started." You can have a larger plan, and far-reaching vision, but at some point, your website needs to go live. There are several reasons to start with the bare minimum instead of a full-featured site. One advantage is the quicker you're up and running, the earlier search engines can start indexing your site. Another advantage is we can quickly put in place the foundation for much larger websites so potential customers can have some information vs. nothing.

Deciding on what you need to launch will also help budgeting. Perhaps you launch with half of what you need, and wait until next quarter before "finishing" the rest. After your site is launched, you can use statistics from your site's traffic, and feedback from your customers to evaluate where different areas need to be punched up. Evaluation and change are important in a website. TBG creates websites that are robust enough for future growth and feature-rich for today's audience.

What now?

You've decided what type of website you would like to have. After taking stock of your assets and determining how large your website will be, the next step is surprisingly easy: Call TBG for a free consultation. We will come to your office, sit down with you and discuss what options are available.Call (208) 389-2868 or send us an email. We're confident that you will be pleasantly surprised how affordable having a professional and dynamic website can be.



 
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